High School Boys
St. Ignatius of the Cleveland area won the Ohio State HS 7s boys DI bracket Saturday, defeating Indian Springs 19-7 in the title game.
Led by MVP Aedan Mangan, St Ignatius claimed their second-straight 7s title, about a month after winning the Ohio state championship in 15s.
The Liberty HS boys team won the U19 boys bracket of the first leg of the Rugby Washington Subway Summer Sevens Series.
Paced by a strong day from Michael Thomson, in his last game with the team, and with Austin Liddell also test defenses, Liberty defeated Seattle 31-19 in the final.
The Washington state Loggers Boys select side split their two games with visiting Down HS from Northern Ireland Saturday.
In a tense Varsity game, the Loggers aged Down 15-12, while in the JV game, Down’s ends emerged victorious 20-12.
Down moves on to the Canadian leg of their trip, as they travel to Victoria BC.
BOULDER, Colo. – The coaching staffs for the second annual USA Rugby Stars and Stripes Camp have been selected.
Paced by the play of Mateo Gowland, Yoh Nakayama, No. 8 Jack Weigold, and center Michael McTiernan, Greewnich/Fairfield County won the Boys Varsity bracket of the New England Regional All-Star Tournament (RAST) Sunday in Devens, Mass.
The Berkshire United HS Boys team out of Western Massachusetts won the Tri State 7s high school division this weekend in Danbury, Conn., surviving a tense semifinal to do so.
Berkshire swept their pool games, beating New Haven 54-0 and Play Rugby USA II 31-12. In that second game, Malik Wilbon raced in for five tries, and added two conversions to score 29 of his team's 31 points.
London Wasps Academy staff member was in attendance at the Great Northwest Challenge this past weekend scouting talent, and has been in consultation with High School All American Head Coach Salty Thompson about bringing young US-based to the UK.
The Greenwich/Fairfield County Boys select side defeated Northern New England 50-0 to gain the final of the Northeast Regional All-Star Tournament in Massachusetts, Saturday.
The final Regional All-Star Tournament for high school players is set for Devens, Mass. this Saturday.
Four boys Varsity teams, four girls Varsity teams, and three JV boys teams will play over the weekend.
Following up on their sweep of the Great Northwest Challenge, the Boys select sides from the state of Washington - Varsity and Junior Varsity - will host a touring Irish side this weekend.
Ryan Field in Seatac, Wash. will see the Down High School team from Downpatrick, Northern Ireland, face off against the Loggers.